This Wednesday, the International Kinus Hashluchim of 5779 will commence, many of the Shluchim will bring along their young children, for them, the Kinus organizes a special camp-style experience • Full Story, Last Year’s Photos
This Wednesday, the International Kinus Hashluchim of 5779 will commence, beginning five days overflowing with relevant programming and content. The official annual Kinus opening is marked with the Rebbe’s Farbrengen on Shabbos afternoon.
Many of the Shluchim will bring along their young children – those next generation Shluchim who are born and bred in some far – off country amidst foreign languages and cultures, without the warm embrace of a vibrant Jewish community, extended family, or without the possibility for Kosher Jewish schooling.
For them, the Kinus organizes a special camp-style experience, offered in a variety of languages to accommodate the diversity of young Shluchim, including Hebrew, Yiddish, French, and English. During the duration of the Kinus they enjoy a rich, Chasidishe program with activities, outings, and educational fun, with an emphasis on instilling pride in their unique mission as being the Rebbe’s soldiers.
We are pleased to announce that in light of the request of many, we have succeeded in upgrading the camp and this year it will take place in a special and improved manner. For this purpose, a professional was hired to run the camp. He has extensive experience in running programs for children, and will work together with a dedicated team of staff.
There still are a number of open spaces to enroll your child to the camp. Spaces are limited, and Shluchim are encouraged to enroll early to guarantee a place for their child.
If you have any questions regarding the Camp or need help with registration, and during the Camp itself, you can contact the program coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org and phone number: (347) 790-1022.